• Turkey Garment Manifacturer

Turkey Garment Manifacturer
Printing - Embroidery - Stone - DTF and DTG

Printing - Embroidery - Stone - DTF and DTG

Printing - Embroidery - Stone - DTF and DTG

Textile Printing Types:

  • Digital Printing INK-JET : Digital printing is the printing of digital-based images directly on various materials. Generally, professional printing is the process of printing small jobs using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers using desktop publishing and other digital sources. A healthier image is obtained with the fabric floor being smooth and 100% cotton. It is not a wash-resistant printing method. In order to quickly start production of an original sample, which is considered to be printed, many studies and sample preparation costs in the conventional printing method are significantly reduced. It shortens the printing time and fulfills the industry-desired fast movement capability and less intermediate stage requirements. In ink-jet technology (Drop on Demand) and continuous (Continuous) Ink-jet method is used. Digital printing techniques must replace the old printing techniques. The most appropriate development area of ​​digital technique in textile factories has focused heavily on ink-jet printing. Since it is a direct method and does not require a transfer medium, it is more advantageous than other digital techniques. A wide variety of types of ink-jet printing are available. Today, there are types from the coarse (20 dpi, ink dots per 1 inch) used in carpet printing, the valve-controlled system, to the continuous technology that prints (300 dpi 32 dots in size) such as photographs used to make full original sample copies of film print patterns.
  • Screen Printing: Screen Printing It is the type of printing applied on cotton or absorbent fabrics. It is applied in the same way as screen printing.
  • Embossed Printing: We can apply the embossing technique to all kinds of fabrics. The height of embossed printing, which is another name for embossed printing, varies according to the type of fabric. The seersucker printing type, which has a very frequent appearance, also gives satisfactory results as a result of washing. None of the auxiliary chemicals and derivatives we use contain carcinogenic substances.
  • Sublimation Printing: It is the transformation of high degree matter from solid to gas. The disperse dye particles contained in sublimation inks pass from solid to gaseous state at 185-2200C and adhere to surfaces containing polyester molecules, forming a permanent bond. After this heat application, the colors create a rich color scale on the fabric. These paints are produced in such a way that they can be processed on many polyester coated surfaces.
  • Swelling Printing: It is a type of relief printing made with special printing paste that swells with the effect of heat during fixation, in order to obtain a 3-dimensional appearance on the surface of the textile product. It is a blank or inkless printing method in which the mold prepared as relief is passed through the printing machine and the pattern is transferred to the paper in relief form.
  • Water-Based Printing: Water-based paints are products that contain water in their bodies with acrylic or PU structures and dries by giving off the water in their body during drying.
  1. Water-based paints do not contain azo, formaldehyde, polvinylchloride (PVC), Phthalates and heavy metals.
  2. It offers unlimited color options using CMYK colors.
  3. Water-based prints can be pressed between 140 and 160 degrees.
  4. It has the feature of being washable at 60 degrees for water-based printing products.
  5. Water-based prints have a more elastic structure than other prints.
  6. On the applied surface, water-based printing has a soft touch and high opacity.
  • Direct Prints: Direct printing is usually provided by regional coloring of white bleached fabrics. Printing can also be applied to lightly dyed fabrics. Sometimes the background color and the print color can be components of each other. For example, applying a blue print on a yellow background produces a green print.
  • Discharge Prints: When a discharge print is made on a previously painted floor, the reducing agent in the printing paste degrades the floor dyestuff in the printed areas. White-looking effects (patterns) are formed on the colored ground with the white abrasion paste. Colored abrasion printing pastes containing non-reducing dyestuffs that are resistant to abrasion, that is, resistant to the effect of the reducing agent in the abrasion paste, allow obtaining colored abrasions. There is also a combination of abrasion and reserve printing, and this is called abrasion-reserved printing. The basis of the method is to etch a ground (background) paint that has not yet been developed or fixed, and replace it with a colored print, then reserve the abraded parts (in patterns) during fixation.
  • Transfer Printing: Transfer printing method can be defined as the transfer of the volatile (sublimable) disperse dyestuff printed on a suitable paper to the fabric in contact with the paper and the material at temperatures varying between 180-220°C and under pressure. Transfer usually takes place with the help of pressure provided by a hot press or a continuous calender. The time required for the transfer of the dyestuff in the printed areas on the paper to the material, that is, for the transfer, was determined as 30 seconds on average.
  • Flex Printing: Flex are special textile foils that can be cut with all plotters and transferred to textiles with thermal presses. Flex has flat structure.
  • Batik Printing: With another type of mechanical reserve printing, the “Batik” style, which is obtained by covering certain areas of the fabric (usually with wax) and then dyeing the fabric, is known as “African printing”. This is a mechanical reserve. The modern African print style is the popular choice of the African community, and they have widely exported different textiles to other continents. Therefore, “African print” has been the common term for different types of printed fabrics. It is possible to discuss its historical and geographical sources. Many of the earliest African print styles originated in tie print or the Bandana technique, which is an easy mechanical reserve process. In general, the model is transferred to the fabric from small containers with holes of different sizes in which the molten wax is located, that is, the molten wax is poured from these holes to the necessary parts of the fabric. It depends on the penetration situation.
  • Crepe Style Print: This style is obtained as a result of altering the appearance of the fabric as straight and curled way alternately. This effect occurs when the limited areas of the fabric are reduced by treating them with suitable blowing agents. For example, if cotton fabric is printed with a strong caustic solution, this will attract the printed areas and therefore cause the unprinted areas to curl. Typical printing paste suitable for this style in cotton fabric is as follows: 750 g caustic soda solution 50ºBé 250 g crystal glue thickener 1:2 Total 1000 g After the fabric is pressed with crimping paste, it is curled in a tension-free environment. The material is then rinsed, neutralized with acetic acid, rinsed again with hot and cold water, and finally dried without tension. Color and white crepe effect can be achieved by adding selected alkali-resistant dyestuffs to the alkaline printing paste.
  • Devore Style Printing: Visual effects are obtained by dissolving one of the fibers in a fabric produced from different fiber blends with a chemical substance in the printed areas. This style is a print style that is easy to apply but requires care during operations. Because one of the fiber blends breaks down completely or partially, this increases the possibility of damage to the fabric's construction. In this printing style, a chemical that breaks down the type of fiber to be burned is added to the printing paste used to create the pattern. This paste can be used alone or together with dyestuffs to enrich the images on the fabric surface.
  • Flock Printing: Flock is obtained by cutting different synthetic fibers to the predetermined length in suitable machines. Flock is about 0.3 mm in wool and cotton. The flock may be dyed or colorless. Appropriate material is selected for the printing process. The fabric to be printed with flock may be made of the same type of material. Printing is done by applying glue on the fabric or by transferring the adhesive with the pattern to be printed. The printing process can be done on flat film or rotational screen printing machines.
  • Foil Printing : Special prints are made to give the product to be printed remarkable features and different effects to the print. Foil printing is also one of the special editions and has an important place in the market. Foil printing is a type of printing in which special foil papers are attached after the glue is transferred to the area where the pattern is.
    Injection Printing: Micro-injection printing is a type of printing that provides a lively and smooth stance of the printing applied with a high-pressure-looking special silicone rubber applied on the fabric. Injection printing, also known as rubber printing, is prepared and applied in colors suitable for customer requests.

Stone Design: Stone design is the aligning of the stones in the mold made by the laser machine and sticking them on a t-shirt with the help of a hot press machine.

  • Embroidery: It is the art of embellishing the fabric by using cotton, linen, silk or glitter threads. Embroidery done by hand since ancient times has been done on single-head sewing machines, then on jacquard embroidery machines and now with electronic embroidery machines with the developing technology. When an embroidered product is to be embroidered, the characteristics of the pattern, fabric, needle, interlining and embroidery machine should be taken into account, and they should all be compatible with each other. Embroidery is the process of physically sewing a logo onto a garment using different colored threads. We can do all types of embroidery such as metallic, 3D, appliqué and of course standard 2D.
  • Suspenders: It is called the chain work made with crocheted needles on the suture machines. These machines have the appearance of a sewing machine without stretching the fabric on the hoop by drawing a pattern on the fabric. It is a kind of pulley work.
  • Lase: The materials used as laser have a very rich variety. Fabrics cut in appropriate sizes are processed in the desired shape by means of the laser apparatus in the combined embroidery heads.
  • Eva : Eva makes your models look fuller with embossed embroidery.
  • Stamp Sequin (Earring Stamp): Small and shiny sequins, which are mostly embroidered on clothes, are called sequins. It is used as colored plastic stamps or transparent. All kinds of sequin patterns can be made.
  • Laser Cutting: Laser processing is a non-contact, tool-free process. Since textile products and fabrics are not contacted during laser cutting, the material does not bend or twist. The laser beam melts the material and the results have clean, fully sealed edges.
  • Pearl on Embroidery: Flex are special textile foils that can be cut with all plotters and transferred to textiles with thermal presses. Flex has flat structure.

Print/Embroidery Control: In the sorting section, holes, rips, stains, embroidery or color errors are checked to ensure that the print/embroidery is as desired. Errors are sent for repair. Errors that cannot be rectified leave production. Erroneous jobs are marked and saved.